Friday marked my last day as a Cerner employee. After almost three years of technical support work I am grateful for the experience, the knowledge, and the customer service opportunities that I had. I worked with many amazing people and witnessed the constant shift and changes in the company that help it grow. However, I am prepared and excited to embark on my next mission--one that better fits my work style, allows me to be creative, gives me more day-to-day freedom, and puts me and my family first. I am excited to be in charge of my own day, work on projects that have a definitive end, and celebrate more accomplishments. Here's to the future!
My morning starts off around 6am when I go through my "miracle morning routine" (more on that routine for a future blog post). I get ready for the day and head off to work. Now that I have a full-time job, the majority of my day is spent in front of a desk. This can be sedentary and monotonous--but, I believe that the perfect day has to start with the perfect morning.
I got a new bag--and there's nothing wrong with wanting to show it off a little. I am proud that I have a nice job where I can afford a designer bag and have a use for it in the work place. I've worked hard to get where I am and I am so thankful for all the people, processes, and steps that it took to get here. For now though, let's just dive right in to what's in my bag.
Work is going good. A generic answer, but that's truly how I feel about it. I know a lot of my family is going to be reading this post, wondering if I can finally explain what the heck I do--and well, it's complicated. I fix data and software and reports and computers that break for hospitals that have Cerner solutions and our Registration software.